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    Lynn O’Brien

Lynn O’Brien

    Graveside services for Lynn O’Brien, 68, of Lamesa, will be held on Tuesday, February 5, 2019, at 10:00 a.m., at Dawson County Cemetery with Pastor Dennis Adams officiating.  
    Visitation will be held on Monday, February 4, 2019, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m., at Branon Funeral Home.  
    Arrangements are under the direction of Branon Funeral Home.  
    Lynn surrendered to her battle with Alzheimer’s disease on Friday, February 1, 2019 in Amarillo. She was born on March 16, 1950 in Lamesa to James “Speck” and Dorothy (Inman) Miller.   She married Bill O’Brien on September 7, 1968 in Irving.  They were married 50 years.  
    She was a Licensed Vocational Nurse and worked at Parkland Hospital in Dallas and Medical Arts Hospital with Dr. Chong. She also worked as a disc jockey for a local radio station and at Town and Country and Stripes. She drove a school bus for Klondike ISD where she earned the nickname, “Crazy Lynn.” 
    She loved Bingo and playing games. Lynn was a loving and caring wife, mother, and grandmother and she would do anything to take care of her family. Her family would like to thank the caring staff at The Craig Senior Living Center and BSA Hospice of the Southwest for the extraordinary care they provided to Lynn and her family.  
    She is survived by her husband, Bill O’Brien of Lamesa; children, Wes O’Brien and wife, Stephanie, of Amarillo, Branden O’Brien and wife, Karrie, of Lamesa, and Mindi Hamilton and husband, Brent, of Odessa; brother, Robert Miller and wife, Cheryl, of Lamesa; grandchildren, Tyler Trammell, Colton O’Brien and Carsyn O’Brien all of Lubbock, Hadleigh O’Brien of Canyon, Hannah O’Brien of Lubbock, Kelby O’Brien of Canyon, Brendel O’Brien, Amberlee O’Brien, Hannah Nichole O’Brien, Jesus Gutierrez, Nick Gutierrez and Nathan Gutierrez all of Lamesa; and great-grandchildren, X’Zavien Gutierrez and Alaijah Edwards, both of Lamesa.  
    Lynn is preceded in death by her parents; and sister, Linda McMillan.  
    The family suggests memorials to BSA Hospice of the Southwest, or Alzheimer’s Association.  
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